Cartoons in Japanese media often include characters with wacky hairdo and colour choices. However, it is the standard for anime lovers, who are used to it. Among the many options for hair colour, silver/white/grey is universally adored by fans (so long as it isn’t on the head of an elderly person). We’re going to take a look at 10 anime heroes and heroines with white hair.
Obviously, I couldn’t possibly include every elderly figure who has since been forgotten. The reason for this is that there are just too many alphabetized characters and not enough slots available. It’s important to remember that even if a character was well-liked in their time, that doesn’t ensure current anime fans will remember that they appeared in that show.
1. Near (Death Note)
It’s common for Light and L to be the only Death Note characters that people can recall. It’s unjust that we tend to forget about some groups of supporting players that play crucial roles. This is the case with Near, who helps out L and is nearly as smart as him but doesn’t receive the same level of praise from the audience.
2. Mizuki (Kamisama Kiss)
Mizuki, the “good boy” from the heroine’s reverse harem, is often forgotten in the midst of the romance between the series’ two leads. Everyone seems to forget about the incredible progress he makes after he meets Nanami.
A sheltered, innocent child, Mizuki grows into a fearless fighter who will not hesitate to threaten the life of anyone who harms his allies. Nevertheless, he manages to keep his childlike spirit.
3. Menma (Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day)
A sweet, polite, and cheery girl, Menma is also incredibly dimwitted. She is revealed to be extremely selfless and childlike in her devotion to her friends. [spoiler] This is due to the fact that she was never given a chance to become an adult. [/spoiler]
Although she has many supportive friends and family members, she often finds herself lonely. It generally occurs during visits with her relatives, who remind her that she is an outsider and does not truly fit in.
4. Kyouko Kirigiri (Danganronpa)
For those unfamiliar, Kyoko is a tsundere. She seems bright and unflappable on the surface, but for the majority of the show, her background is a mystery despite her obvious intelligence. She appears to be easily irritated on the inside, especially when sensitive subjects are brought up.
However, she has a remarkable ability to maintain composure even in the face of extreme stress. Even when she’s close to a corpse, she doesn’t let the sweat show on her face. Secrets are another thing that really irritates her.
5. Nao Tomori (Charlotte)
Nao is a model student since she is both diligent and bright. But the reality is that she is dishonest, easily irritated, and incredibly self-centred. She is a total foodie and the person responsible for helping Yuu open up following the death of his sister.
Because of what happened in the past, she has trust concerns. Eventually, though, she is able to overcome her reservations and put her faith in Yuu’s claims about time travel.
6. Shiro (Deadman Wonderland)
Shiro’s age is never specified, however, she is probably between 12 and 14 years old. She’s quite concerned with Ganta’s well-being in the confines of their joint cell.
She enjoys the finer things in life and, despite her history, has a rather naive view of how romantic partnerships ought to be. Despite the numerous wounds she sustains, Shiro displays incredible resilience.
7. Undertaker (Black Butler)
At first, the Undertaker was presented as a strange and eccentric figure who was well-versed in the seedier side of his hometown. To get a rise out of him, he frequently barters knowledge for pranks.
In later episodes, however, it became clear that he was a major bad guy in the Black Butler series. He was responsible for the deaths of countless helpless women and children, and he constantly put Ciel’s life in risk.
8. Kanade Tachibana (Angel Beats)
Tachibana is currently enrolled as a student at the Afterlife Institution. Angel is her moniker because of the mystery and intrigue surrounding her extraordinary combat skills. Among her primary responsibilities is ensuring sure the students there are emotionally stable.
Nonetheless, since Yuri placed the responsibility for her problems on God, Angel found herself the target of every Academy student. Her icy demeanour and reluctance to show her feelings frequently worked against her.
9. Zen Wistaria (Snow White With Red Hair)
Zen is proven to be unbiased in his interactions with commoners despite his status as a prince. He treats people fairly and never takes advantage of his authority. Proof of this is found in his treatment of the palace staff.
Even though he has feelings for Shirayuki, he doesn’t try to impose them on her and instead waits for her to discover them on her own.
10. Soushi Miketsukami (Inu X Boku SS)
Soushi has a human appearance but is actually a nine-tailed spirit fox. Assigned to be Ririchiyo’s personal bodyguard, he proves to be the most formidable of all the unusual animals that call this building home.
Despite this, he is overly dependent on Ririchiyo, obsesses over her, and follows her every order without question. According to the manga, his death rendered him incapable of recalling his earlier life.
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